Apply for a Choose Ohio First Scholarship
The Choose Ohio First Scholarship has been established and is funded by the State of Ohio. Its purpose is to help increase the number of Ohioans trained in science and technology disciplines.
The application deadline for Fall semester has passed. The Spring application will be added when available.
IT — networking
North Central State College’s networking degree prepares students for a successful career in Information Technology (IT). Students learn how to create, administer, and secure servers and networking infrastructures while earning information technology certifications such as:
Graduates of this program develop problem solving and communication skills necessary to function effectively with end-users and decision makers throughout all levels of the organization. Our graduates develop life-long learning skills—the key to success in the exciting and dynamic information technology field.
NCSC graduates are employed as data communications and help desk support specialists, network and computer technicians, and Windows and Linux server administrators supporting local and regional businesses, government agencies, and educational institutions.
The Associate of Applied Business degree is awarded for the completion of this program.
The computer industry is expected to remain one of the fastest growing areas of employment for the foreseeable future due to increasing dependence on data processing, networking, and web-based business applications that interface with main-frame systems. Upgrades to software and the increased use of wireless technology demand better network security.
Local Job Growth
Data provided by our Career Coach website. Percentage reflects the predicted job growth over the next 5 years.
Data provided by our Career Coach website.